"Bachelorette" Emily Maynard reportedly wants her own spin-off series to feature her new life with fiancé Jef Holm as the couple prepares to say, "I do." Maynard is head-over-heels in love after a romantic proposal in Curacao that the rest of the world will get to see on July 22.
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"Emily wants to do a spin-off show which would include the planning of the wedding," a source told Radar Online. "She loves to be in front of the camera, and there are multiple offers on the table for her to do other television shows."
Maynard's season on "The Bachelorette" was a first for the series since she is the single mother. Her daughter, Ricki, was shown throughout the series but never formally introduced to any of the contestants. Maynard maintained that she wanted to present herself in a respectful manner that would not be embarrassing for her daughter.
Now, though, one may wonder whether Ricki will be featured on a new series, since she will undoubtedly have a key role in the wedding. Fans are also eager to see how the girl reacts to her mother's new love and what type of stepfather Holm will be. On "The Bachelorette," he went out of his way to include Ricki, even buying her a marionette while he and Maynard were on a date.
"Emily can't formally have discussions yet because the finale hasn't aired," the source revealed. "But she's really excited to get the date, location and all of the details set so that she can marry Jef and having it air on TV fits in perfectly with her plans."
Maynard's season has been one of the most unique and most popular, given that she was cast-off of the previous season of "The Bachelor." While many previous contestants made an effort to show skin and create sexual energy with hot tub time and overnight dates, Maynard refused to participate in either of those activities.
The finale of "The Bachelorette" will air on Sunday, July 22 on ABC.